Charlotte-based Park Sterling Bank said it has hired Nancy Foster as chief risk officer. Foster, who is also director of the Risk Management Association in Philadelphia, has served as chief risk officer at New York-based CIT Group and held various positions for ...Read More »
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LendingTree Loans, a subsidiary of Charlotte-based Tree.com, has signed an agreement to acquire the assets of Louisville, Ky.-based SurePoint Lending. The acquisitions is expected to close in the first quarter of 2011. As part of the transaction, Tree.com will pay ...Read More »
The public will be able to weigh in on proposed revisions to the Mecklenburg County Air Pollution Control Ordinance, a streetlight assessment for nine subdivisions and Red City Properties’ acceptance of a federal bond during Tuesday’s meeting of the Mecklenburg ...Read More »
Much has been made of the potential negative consequences of the Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools closures and consolidations — whether they will affect students’ ability to learn or teachers’ ability to teach. But some members of the Charlotte-Mecklenburg Police Department’s Gang Intelligence ...Read More »
In Charlotte, affordable housing has lately been at the fore of the “What role should government play?” debate. When voting for bond proposals Nov. 2, residents showed support for the city’s efforts to provide affordable-housing units. But the $15 million ...Read More »
Charlotte City Councilman Andy Dulin, a Republican representing District 6, said he is upset over the location of projects financed by the bonds package approved by voters Nov. 2, saying none are in south Charlotte. Responding to a map presented ...Read More »
After receiving a letter from Mayor Anthony Foxx’s office Sept. 13, signed, to the best of his knowledge, by Foxx himself, Eric Dudley thought it was all settled. He was the new chairman of the Business Advisory Committee. But three ...Read More »
The Charlotte City Council tonight will discuss proposed changes to the city’s housing locational policy under which new subsidized multifamily rental units will be prohibited within certain neighborhoods. If approved, the units would be illegal in neighborhood statistical areas labeled “transitioning” or “challenged.” ...
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A consolidation between some city and county departments may be in the near future and it could help the school system, Charlotte Mayor Anthony Foxx said today. Consolidation of certain departments, including permitting and government communications, between the city and ...
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Despite the red wave that swept the House of Representatives across the country Tuesday, the Democrats on the Mecklenburg County Board of Commissioners were able to hang on to their majority, losing only one seat. Although all six seats held ...
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